Indro Montanelli Public Gardens is a splendid space situated directly between the Planetarium, the Natural History Museum and Palazzo Dugnani. The gardens were renamed and dedicated to famous Italian writer and journalist Indro Montanelli shortly after his death. Many in the city of Milan consider these gardens as an oasis offering the perfect escape from the city’s hectic atmosphere. Complete with small waterfalls, bridges, ponds and a intricate system of paths, Indro Montanelli Public Gardens is a popular destination for bikers, joggers and the casual walker.
Indro Montanelli Public Gardens
Bastioni di Porta Venezia
M1 (red line) Palestro, M1 (red line) Porta Venezia, M3 (yellow Line) Turati, M3 (yellow Line) Repubblica